When you change course from sailing hard on the wind to a broad reach do you move the genoa cars forward or aft? And why?
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Congratulations to Dick Lutz of San Francisco, CA who emailed, “A Pucker String is the leech line on a jib or genoa or main sail that tightens the leech and stops the fluttering.”